S Africa launches campaign to warn young girls about sugar daddies

(by Andegna.com) The Health Department of South Africa has plan to launch an initiative to persuade young girls not to turn to sugar daddies, according to sources.

Aaron Motsoaledi, Minister of Health speak during his department budget vote in South African Parliament that they will launch a three-year campaign to educate women between the age of 15 and 24 about the dangers of sugar daddies.

In South Africa, reportedly, sugar daddies increased teens’ HIV infection risk, therefore, students and young women have been warned about sugar daddies.  

Over 25 percent of schoolgirls in South Africa are HIV positive because ‘sugar daddies taking advantage of them’, said the minister on March 2013.    



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